One who is appointed or employed to inspect something.(noun)
A police officer ranking next below superintendent.(noun)
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Use "inspector" in a sentence
"ANDREW MORTON, AUTHOR, "TOM CRUISE: AN UNAUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY": He could be in the position of what they call inspector general inside scientology."
"My greatest achievement as an inspector is my failure to get promoted each time I try … it settles a deeply held personal fear that I might be morphing against my will into a suitable candidate for middle-management! on November 11, 2009 at 9: 28 pm Merlin"
"We still have old fashioned performance targets which my own inspector is STILL desperately trying to get me on board with on September 16, 2009 at 8: 03 am Squaddie on tour"